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Save the date - 30 November 2019!

Your exclusive invite to our AGM and Angling Conference!

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Your exclusive invite to our AGM & Building a Brighter Future Angling Conference 2019

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This year we will be holding the Angling Trust and Fish Legal Members' Annual General Meeting on Saturday 30 November 2019 at West Midlands Golf Club, Solihull. This is a significant event for our members and angling as a whole and we would be delighted if you could attend.

 

On the same day, the Angling Trust will be hosting the Building a Brighter Future Angling Conference – a conference focused on the work we are doing and the next steps forward on building a brighter future for angling.

 

AGM & Conference Highlights

 

  • Meet Jamie Cook, the incoming CEO of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal, who will give his first address since being announced in his new role for the sport.
  • We'll hear from Adam Brown from Substance on the latest National Angling Strategy, launched earlier in the year by the Environment Agency, on the way forward to grow our sport.
  • Our guest speaker Amy Crow, Participation Manager at British Triathlon, will present some great insights on how another sport has seized the opportunity to grow membership and wider participation in their sport.

 

Make sure you attend this key conference to find out about the work we are doing to help grow and develop the sport we all love.

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At the conference...

Meet Jamie Cook, incoming CEO, Angling Trust & Fish Legal

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This will be the first opportunity to meet and hear from Jamie Cook, the incoming CEO of Angling Trust & Fish Legal,  before he starts his new role for the sport in January next year!

 

Read more about Jamie's appointment as CEO

 

Find out more about the National Angling Strategy

 

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Hear from Adam Brown, Head of Research at Substance, who researched and wrote angling's plan for the next five years after widespread consultation with over 35,000 anglers!

 

Read more about the National Angling Strategy

 

Dedicated workshops and networking!

 

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We have dedicated workshops to discuss key areas of work - as well as lots of opportunity to network with fellow attendees and Angling Trust & Fish Legal leaders!

 

 

Register and choose your workshops

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Guest speaker now confirmed! 

Amy Crow, Participation Manager for British Triathlon

 

We are joined by Amy Crow, Participation Manager for British Triathlon who will take us through their recent success in growing both membership and participation in their sport over recent years – a great opportunity to look at what other sports are doing to stay relevant in the modern world.

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The Angling Trust is the united national representative body for all angling in England and Wales. It is united in a collaborative relationship with Fish Legal, a separate membership association that uses the law to protect fish stocks and the rights of its members throughout the UK. Joint membership packages with Fish Legal are available for individuals, clubs, fisheries, riparian owners and other categories. Please find out more.

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Angling Trust Limited is a company limited by guarantee, company number 05320350

Angling Trust & Fish Legal, Eastwood House, Rainbow Street, Leominster, HR6 8DQ

Telephone: 01568 620447

 

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